How Being Chaiholic is Healthy for you?
Are you ChaiHolic? Well, if the sweltering summer doesn’t affect your love for tea, you surely are! If lassi doesn’t replace your chai in Sehri, you are a true chai lover. A true Chai Lover takes tea no matter what. So are you one of them? Being a tea lover, I wonder that who on earth does not like tea?
Every chai lover faces some criticism from the friends and family and the common objections that people raise include:
- Itni Gamri mn Chai Kon Peeta Hai?
- Kali Ho Jao Ge.
- Zayda Chai Na Pio, Khuski Ho Jay Ge
You might be pleased to know that all these are nothing more than myths. In fact, Tea consumption can actually make you healthy.
Surprised? Don’t be! Here are some of the incredible health benefits of taking tea. Grab your mug, sip up, and enjoy reading the benefits of the heavenly beverage.
Tea Strengthens Your Immune System
With all the corona fear spreading around, many of your friends and family members might have told you to work on strengthening your immunity. Do you know, black tea can actually help you with this? That’s right, tea significantly helps your body to fight against infections by making your defense mechanism stronger. As per a research study conducted by the National Academy of Sciences, tea contains helpful component (alkyl amine antigens)that assists the body in attacking the harmful viruses and bacteria invading your body.
Tea Provides a Powerful Dose of Antioxidants
Tea is loaded with anti-oxidants and their intake can provide your body with numerous benefits including protection against damage caused by free radicals. Take tea and help yourself to have improved heart health and avoid premature aging.
Tea Improves Your Digestion
You might already know it. Tea is known to be quite effective in improving metabolism. It’s a gut-friendly beverage that effectively prevents bloating as well. So if someone asks you to avoid taking tea, tell them you are working on improving your digestion.
Tea Enhances Your Oral Health
Tea Trade Health Research Association of the US conducted research and found that tea actually improves oral health. How? It helps bacterial growth that reduces the chances of tooth decay and restricts plaque formation on teeth.
Tea Sharpens Your Brain
You already know that, right? A mug of tea instantly gives a boost and enables us to focus on our work or study. Doesn’t your mug of tea accompany you with your late-night studies or late shifts at work? The reason is, Tea contains caffeine which enhances the brain’s ability to focus. Thus, taking tea can save from cognitive decline and improve the alertness of the brain.
Last but not the least; tea is a natural mood enhancer. It keeps your brain active and mood happy. So don’t bother about the silly myths regarding tea consumption and kick start your day with a steaming mug of tea.